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    2 year old boy humps blankets
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    elarson posted:
    What do doctors say about two year old boys humping things? My son started humping his blankets/ a few stuffed animals when he was around 12-13 months. He would do it for two to five minutes and then that was it. This lasted about one to two months. He had been "hump" free up until now. He is now just about two and a half years old and is back to humping his blankets. Now it last 10-15 minutes on and off. When we try to change the subject or ask him what he is doing he just ignores my husband and I and keeps on with this humping business. My husband is very set on getting him to stop, where as I just let him be as I don't want to do something wrong. PLEASE HELP


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